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Looking for F32T/TL930 fluorescent tubes small quant.

Looking for F32T/TL930 fluorescent tubes small quant.

Looking for F32T/TL930 fluorescent tubes small quant.

I'm looking for a specific type of fluorescent lightbulb type F32T8/TL930 as made by Philips.

Does anybody know where I can purchase small quantities of this type of lamp? I need 6 of them but all vendors I have contacted so far offer a minimum quantity of 25.

Thanks for any help.

Chicago, Illinois
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RE: Looking for F32T/TL930 fluorescent tubes small quant.

Yes, you are right. However, the tube that has color designation 930 is only sold in wholesale online, i.e. per box of 25. That supply would outlive me well up to the 22th century smile More common colors like 830, 841 etc are easier to obtain per piece but don't have the perfect color rendering...


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